This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story

This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story

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ISBN-13: 9781982554774
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 10/30/2018
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.50(h) x (d)
Age Range: 14 - 17 Years

About the Author

Ron Butler is a Los Angeles-based actor, Earphones Award-winning audiobook narrator, and voice artist with over a hundred film and television credits. Most kids will recognize him from the three seasons he spent on Nickelodeon's True Jackson, VP. He works regularly as a commercial and animation voice-over artist and has voiced a wide variety of audiobooks. He is a member of the Atlantic Theater Company and an Independent Filmmaker Project Award winner for his work in the HBO film Everyday People.

Kheryn Callender is originally from Saint Thomas in the US Virgin Islands. Kheryn has a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and an MFA from the New School’s writing for children program. They are also the author of the middle grade novel Hurricane Child. This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story is their debut young adult novel. You can visit them online at

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This Is Kind of an Epic Love Story 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Anonymous 11 months ago
Real life love story with all the ups and down that go with it. Life is messy and so is love, this book reflects that perfectly. One of my favorites .
ruthsic 12 months ago
This romance story is complicated, a bit messy but has a lot of heart. Nate, a film buff, doesn’t truly believe in love unless it is guaranteed. He has suffered heartbreak, and having watched his mom, too, heartbroken, over the death of his father years ago, he is overly cautious about relationships and life in general. When his childhood best friend moves back into town, he starts feelings things for him again but is pessimistic about the chances of their relationship ever starting or surviving the obstacles in the way. He, however, does have an awesome support system of his friends and family, so the only thing is for him to realize to give life and love a chance. The characterization of Nate, as well as his friends, felt natural and true to the teenage experience. Additionally, they don’t have drama over sexualities (at least three of them show fluid sexualities) and crushes, at least not the unnecessary kind – just the usual insecurities associated with being friends in a group. It did feel like it slowed down considerably after two-thirds of the book, and dragged itself to the ending but overall, it is a cute story.